It may be too early to tell, but it seems like when Pokemon GO trackers were the single choice for players -spawning regions is going to finish.
Pokemon GO‘s tracking attribute has been a point of controversy as it pulled out when the title started a couple of months past and later was rolled out. With the launch and cessation of Pokemon GO‘s official monitoring attribute, some third party trackers and other similar services emerged, supplying millions of players using a way to find out which creatures were spawning in nearby regions, which is something that the real Pokemon GO game is unable to do.
Right following the official tracking attribute was pulled out from Pokemon GO, a third party program, PokeVision, emerged to supply players with an alternate method to discover Pokemon in nearby places. With Niantic’s business stand against third party trackers, nevertheless, PokeVision shortly needed to shut down. Regardless of this, it didn’t take long before still another option issued. Called FastPokeMap, the third party tracker proved itself as a perfect replacement for the ill-fated PokeVision.
Farewell FastPokeMap, Hello Local Maps and SF trackers.
— FastPokeMap Official (@FastPokeMapCom) November 5, 2016
FastPokeMap didn’t have a simple time remaining functional. With Niantic’s constant attempts to suppress third-party trackers, FastPokeMap was driven offline numerous times. Every time it gets shut down. Nevertheless, it just gets back up until Niantic’s latest round of upgrades which were rolled out this is. FastPokeMap was left worthless once the update reaches, and its programmer chose to throw in the towel.